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We help APX Records with the distribution for SIR REG 8 songs MCD and the web magazine Paddyrock.com voted that CD for BEST ALBUM OF 2010!!!!

Their list:
02 – Dirty Filthy Mugs – All Yobs In
03 – The Killigans – Honor
04 – The Mighty Regis – 21
05 – The Rumjacks – Gangs of New Holland
06 – Mr. Irish Bastard – A Fistful of Dirt
07 – The Mickey Finns – It’s Not The Whiskey
08 – Barleyjuice – Skulduggery Street
09 – Greenland Whalefishers – SONGS FROM the BUNKER
10 – Flatfoot 56 – Black Thorn
11 – The Mudmen – Another Day
12 – Gaelic Storm – Cabbage
13 – Farler’s Fury – Purgatory, Quebec
14 – The Staggerers – Year of the Bastard
15 – Circle J – Weekend Warriors
16 – Kilmaine Saints – The Good, The Plaid, and The Ugly
17 – The Dreadnoughts – Polkas Not Dead
18 – Screw City Saints – Drinking, Fighting, Dying
19 – Bastards On Parade – Death Shore Pirates E.P.
20 – Auld Corn Brigade – A Fighters Lullabies

“….2010 was the year of LIVE albums from Flogging Molly, The Real McKenzies, etc…  I think these albums can sometimes be fun, but a recording will NEVER capture the energy of a live show. Therefore… I left them off for others to list them on their best of lists. So,  keep in mind that this whole list are great recordings… and had enough music this year to make a list of 100… so consider this the short list of what you need to get your hands on. If your band is not listed… it’s because you never sent me your music. or it was a good attempt, but just didn’t make it.”


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